(Laughter) What are plato’s (Philibus) and Aristotle’s (poetics) View of Laughter??

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(Laughter) What are plato’s (Philibus) and Aristotle’s (poetics) View of Laughter??
Help me im writing a paper 4 page. on

Using the excerpts read and discussed in class, compare and contrast Plato and aristotles views of laughter?? discuss an d give examples

the books we read in class are Aristotles’ poetics and plato;s philibus

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Answer by Ever Learn
Plato and Aristotle both tell us that laughter is not harmless and not to be taken lightly. When we dig down to the bottom of the laughter, there is always something bad about it: self-ignorance, baseness, something ugly. ;-)

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